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Nicki Minaj's army of barbs are surely rejoicing today because the feisty hip hop artist and "American Idol" judgette is now set to make her real big screen debut, dahling.
Guess starships are meant to a-a-a-act. Get More »
Practically every mega-star in Hollywood has gotten animated.
Tom Hanks was a toy. George Clooney was a fox. Eddie Murphy was an ass a donkey. And in the prehistoric adventure "The Croods," Emma Stone, Nicolas Cage and Ryan Reynolds play a cavegirl, a caveman and a caveboy, respectively.
We wondered what these stars would look like as animated people rather than as, you know, animals and neanderthals and stuff. Thanks to these 17 portraits, we've replaced our wondering with works of art. Get More »
Judd Apatow's new comedy, "This Is 40," presents the many challenges that come with middle age, such as being attractive, having amusing and dedicated friends and wallowing in complete financial stability.
It's not all mundane tedium, though — sometimes you also just go crazy and get high in hotel rooms and caress Megan Fox's pert, twentysomething breasts.
Let's face it — something about being rich and famous kind of slows down the aging process that us regular schmoes have to contend with. Here are a few celebrity types who make 40 look like the new 25.
All of the week's hot casting news in one fell swoop ...
• Sam Fisher lives! Tom Hardy has signed on to play the lead role in "Splinter Cell," the adaptation of the Ubisoft video game series featuring a covert operative and his sweet undercover moves. [Deadline]
• Isla Fisher is ready to make "The Switch." The "Bachelorette" beauty is in talks to join the "Jackie Brown" prequel, which would see her in the role of Melanie, originally played by Bridget Fonda. [Variety]
• Sylvester Stallone is going indie! The "Expendables" star recently wrapped a top secret supporting role in "Reach Me," a drama centering on a group of people who all have a connection to a self-help book authored by a reclusive former football coach. [Variety] Get More »
Let's face it, most of us have been, as David Lee Roth once so eloquently put it, "Hot For Teacher." And while we adore the earnest and inspirational wisdom of teachers in movies like "Dead Poets Society," "Stand and Deliver" and "Mr. Holland's Opus," that's not what we're talking about here.
If our favorite educators had looked like these 12 big-screen teachers ranked in the gallery below, we would have been happy flunking year after year just to keep watching them draw on the chalkboard.
Originally published June 20, 2011.
You may have heard "What To Expect When You're Expecting" was coming out, but with all these superstars bearing bulging bellies, what you should expect from this comedic spin on the classic baby manual is hormones aplenty.
On the ladies side you have Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz, Elizabeth Banks, Anna Kendrick, and Brooklyn Decker (not too shabby), while the antsy men in the audience have the dude-centric antics of Rob Huebel, Thomas Lennon, Chace Crawford, Dennis Quaid, and Chris Rock to appease them. Get More »
You know Matthew Morrison as optimistic high school teacher Will Schuester on the Fox series "Glee," but he's graduating into his first big-screen role, as Evan in the ensemble comedy "What to Expect When You're Expecting." He's a dancer on a show that bears a striking resemblance to "Dancing With the Stars," and, he's Cameron Diaz's boyfriend.
That's right. His character has moved up the girlfriend food chain to land Diaz, who plays Jules, the star of a fitness reality show that bears a striking resemblance to "The Biggest Loser." Their relationship is a hotbed of roses, until she gets pregnant and things start going in a decidedly different direction.
Before the movie premiered, Morrison told us more about his cinematic adventures. Get More »
They grow up so fast!
Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick, Elizabeth Banks, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez and other bundles of joy attended the Hollywood premiere of "What to Expect When You're Expecting," this month's official rom-com alternative to rollicking action extravaganzas like "The Avengers" and "Battleship" (which also happens to star Ms. Decker). We'll see if parenting stands a chance against saving the world against alien invaders (it just might)!
Check out our collection of pics from the premiere and join the baby craze when "What to Expect When You're Expecting" arrives in theaters on May 18.
Our favorite Charlie's Angel Cameron Diaz is doubling up on gigs this week, after pinch-hitting as Angelina Jolie's replacement in Ridley Scott's cocaine drama "The Counselor" she apparently also still wants to tickle our funny bone (seriously, tickle away, Cameron).
After boffo success with last year's raunchy "Bad Teacher," she's about to headline another comedy with "Agent: Century 21," which The Playlist says will co-star Oscar-winning wolfman Benicio del Toro.
The film takes its title from the ubiquitous real estate company, with Diaz playing a recent divorcee with a WTF name, Mary Kay Curly, and the plot sounds even more deranged:
"Desperate to protect the two most important things in her life, her kids and her real estate agent job, Mary Kay agrees to take on an unpleasant task for her boss that accidentally gets her kidnapped and tossed into the center of a Mexican drug war." Get More »
Cameron Diaz might be best-known for her work in comedies like "There's Something About Mary," "Shrek" and, most recently, "Bad Teacher," but one would be remiss to forget she's held her own with edgier material too, including "Vanilla Sky" and "Any Given Sunday."
The film will be based upon author Cormac McCarthy's script and will feature Scott's "Prometheus" star Michael Fassbender in the lead as an attorney who muddies up his clean reputation and endangers his formerly respectable life by involving himself with cocaine trade. Get More »